TOKYO — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is likely to expand a massive vehicle recall effort after an internal investigation into a cover-up scandal widens. The probe that discovered earlier this summer that the Japanese automaker had been hiding customer complaint documents for several years now is reaching back further. Initial investigations revealed that the automaker had hidden customer complaints, thus concealing vehicle defects, from Japan's Department of Transportation for eight years, ...

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